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Indonesia religious tensions sparks violence

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In Indonesia recent attacks on churches and other minorities have raised concerns about the rise of conservative Islamic groups.

One region where tensions have been running high between Christians and Muslims is the Jakarta suburb of Bekasi - where recently a church member was stabbed.

For many it is further evidence of religious intolerance, which the government is under increasing pressure to tackle. From Bekasi, our Indonesia correspondent Karishma Vaswani reports.

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